Samsung Files New Galaxy Phone Trademarks

The South Korean electronics giant Samsung is busy filing for registering new names for its future smartphones. Reports suggest that the company has filed trio of trademark applications in the United States.

Apple has recently taken a step to simplify the branding of its products, as the company said in its recent media event that its new tablet is simply named ‘iPad’.  The Korean company has filed for three naming options for its Galaxy range.

Folks at Fusible are very keen to keep record of patent filing activities of the tech industry’s top players, noticed that Samsung filed applications for the Galaxy Emerge (serial number: 85558647), the Galaxy Stellar (serial number: 85558639) and the Galaxy Halo (serial number: 85558619) in the United States earlier this month.

Without any doubt, the Korean electronics Samsung is planning to get trademarks for potential smartphones, as three names were categorized as “Mobile Phones – Smartphones” inside the trademark filings with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

It is not the first time that Samsung found interested in filing handset trademarks, the company has involved in filing trademarks for handsets names in the past. Now the time will tell how these trademarks turn out to be or what sort of devices one can expect in the future. For now, the Galaxy Stellar has been doing a great job with space theme.

The company demanded trademarks for its future smartphones – including Galaxy Axiom, Awaken Heir and Rite, in a pursuit to the Mobile World Congress event in February.

We have also seen Samsung filing trademark for its oddly named Galaxy Sleek just five weeks after the launch of Galaxy Nexus.

It seems that the Korean company wants to go with its Galaxy and Nexus naming plans, and with further three trademarks the company will have more options to compete Apple and others. This can have another prospective as well given that Apple stops using product numbers for future iPhones – the company has already adopted this approach with the iPad.

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